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Grapes still on the vine can passively absorb smoke that can give wines an ashy taste.
Some vineyard owners decided to stay and fight back, spending days digging firebreaks and sleeping among their vines for safety.
Something is rotten in the town of Hawkins, Indiana, embodied in literal form by the Halloween pumpkins in the trailer that seem to be decaying on their vines.
Vineyards here get an average of about two hours more sunlight per day than those in Napa or Sonoma, and while daytime temperatures can be torrid, the day-to-night fluctuation can be as much as 50 degrees, giving vines a chance to rest at night.
Whimsical drawings and paintings of women intertwined with vines or other plants, are frequent points of interest for Tracie.
Joyce, Bob, and Mike head to the lab with him, where Dr. Owens tries to figure out how to kill the monster vines without also killing Will.
The white picturesque home is surrounded by foliage, including a beautiful vine covered walkway.
Green vines march across its facade and a stream of MillerCoors trucks run forward and back in the parking lot next door.
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